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  Samuel - Biblical people
Samuel, the son of Elkanah, and his wife Hannah, was a prophet and the last of Israel's Judges.
Samuel was opposed to having a king rule over Israel because he interpreted that as an act of apostasy and a rejection of the Kingship of God.
The Bible's book of 1 Samuel and the book of 2 Samuel are named after Samuel, and contain many details about his life.
www.aboutbibleprophecy.com /p88.htm   (296 words)

  
  Daily Bible Study - Samuel
Samuel, from the Hebrew Shemuel (meaning Name of God or His Name is El) was a Levitical priest who is generally regarded as the last of the judges (1 Samuel 7:6,15-17), and the first of the prophets (1 Samuel 3:20, Acts 3:24, 13:20).
Samuel was a Levite, the son of Elkanah and Hannah (1 Samuel 1:1-2, 20).
Samuel established regular worship of The Lord at Shiloh, where he built an altar, and he established a school of the prophets at Ramah (1 Samuel 19:20), and later also at Gibeah, Bethel, Gilgal, and Jericho (2 Kings 2:3-5 4:38).
www.keyway.ca /htm2002/samuel.htm   (443 words)

  
  Samuel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The literal translation of Samuel is God Heard ('Shama', heard; 'El', god), owing to Samuel 1:20, where Hannah names her son in memory of her requesting a child from God and God listening.
Samuel himself was their leader and the only occasion in which he acted as a leader in war.
Samuel had made his sons judges in Beersheba, but they were corrupt and self-serving.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Samuel   (1459 words)

  
 Books of Samuel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The child is identified as Samuel, though many modern academics think this is a later edit to the story and it was originally the birth narrative of Saul.
Samuel comes toward Saul as he enters the town, and realises that Saul is the man that God has chosen to be king, so he is hospitable to him.
The death of Saul and Jonathan (1 Samuel 31:1-2 Samuel 1:27) - the Philistines attack the Israelites at Gilboa, and kill Jonathan and inflict a mortal wound on Saul.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Books_of_Samuel   (6694 words)

  
 Samuel Adams
Samuel and his father spent several years trying to prevent British officials from taking their home and land.
Samuel believed the colonists had a right to elect their own government officials and he began to convince others about their rights for fairness, justice and representation.
Samuel proposed a meeting with representatives of all the colonies to discuss their problems with the British Parliament.
www.whitehouse.gov /kids/dreamteam/samueladams.html   (386 words)

  
 Samuel
Samuel's parents were influential and well to do, "not entirely unknown to the heraldry of England," wrote Judge George A. Brayton, Justice of the Supreme Court of Rhode Island.
Samuel, Gorton, John Wickes, Randal Holden and John Warner are appointed to execute the Deed witnessed by Christopher Helme, Robert Potter and Richard Carder.
This Samuel is credited with being the first judge in the new world, a fair main, religious zealot and he hated the persecution of himself and his followers by the Puritans and was eventually banned by the Massachusetts Bay Society.
www.davidgorton.com /journal/samuel.htm   (3073 words)

  
 JewishEncyclopedia.com - SAMUEL.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Samuel was the son of Elkanah and Hannah, of Ramathaim-zophim, in the hill-country of Ephraim (I Sam.
Samuel, however, declared to the priests that even a layman might offer sacrifice, whereupon he was taken before Eli, who asked him the grounds of his statement.
Samuel wrote the books of Judges and Ruth, as well as those bearing his own name, although the latter were completed by the seer Gad (B. 14b-15a).
www.jewishencyclopedia.com /view.jsp?artid=130&letter=S&search=Samuel   (2662 words)

  
 Arthur Samuel
Samuel was a modest man, and the importance of his work was widely recognized only after his retirement from IBM in 1966.
Samuel managed to increase the number of bits stored from the customary 512 to 2048 and to raise the mean time to failure to half an hour.
Samuel was a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, the American Physical Society, the Institute of Radio Engineers, the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, and a member of the Association for Computing Machinery and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
www-db.stanford.edu /pub/voy/museum/samuel.html   (1075 words)

  
 Samuel (WebBible Encyclopedia) - ChristianAnswers.Net
A mysterious voice came to him in the night season, calling him by name, and, instructed by Eli, he answered, "Speak, Lord; for thy servant heareth." The message that came from the Lord was one of woe and ruin to Eli and his profligate sons.
The Lord revealed himself now in divers manners to Samuel, and his fame and his influence increased throughout the land as of one divinely called to the prophetical office.
Samuel's devotion to God, and the special favor with which God regarded him, are referred to in Jer.
www.christiananswers.net /dictionary/samuel.html   (1104 words)

  
 Samuel E. Rankin - Biography
Samuel was probably still living with his mother and step-father and working on the farm until his marriage.
Samuel Rankin was called upon to serve on the Grand Jury, specifically to bring an indictment for assault with intent to kill against one "W. Shrewbury".
Samuel and Hellena and the grandchildren were among the thousands that made the move to St. Louis at this time.
home.att.net /~mommashark/rankin/serankin.html   (3051 words)

  
 Samuel Crompton
Samuel Crompton born December 3rd 1753 on a farm at 10, Firwood Fold, to George and Betty (nee Elizabeth Holt of Turton) Crompton, was the inventor of the Spinning Mule.
Samuel was 15 when he started working on a spinning jenny at Hall'i'th'Wood.
Samuel married Mary Pimlott (or Pimbley) from New Heys Hall near Warrington, he met her when she moved to Turton, when her father died, where she was a spinner.
www.bolton.org.uk /samuelcrompton.html   (659 words)

  
 Samuel Smith
Samuel Smith is one of the few remaining independent breweries in England, and further is the last to utilize the classic Yorkshire Square system of fermentation solely in stone squares.
The rich Samuel Smith strain of yeast at The Old Brewery dates from the early 1900s.
Samuel Smith is much the smallest of these breweries and alone retains its copper vessels, wooden casks and stone Yorkshire squares.
www.merchantduvin.com /pages/5_breweries/samsmith.html   (298 words)

  
 Samuel Crompton - inventor
Samuel was born on December 3rd, 1753 at 10, Firwood Fold - a farmhouse close to Hall i'th'Wood, preserved today as an ancient monument.
Samuel's father, George, had married Elizabeth Holt from the neighbouring village of Turton and Samuel had two youngster sisters.
Young Samuel clearly had a technological bent for at the age of 15, just three years after Hargreaves had invented his Spinning Jenny, Crompton was operating one under the supervision of his mother.
www.cottontimes.co.uk /cromptono.htm   (994 words)

  
 Samuel Beckett (1906-1989)
Samuel Beckett was born on Good Friday, April 13, 1906, near Dublin, Ireland.
Raised in a middle class, Protestant home, the son of a quantity surveyor and a nurse, he was sent off at the age of 14 to attend the same school which Oscar Wilde had attended.
Samuel Beckett's first play, Eleutheria, mirrors his own search for freedom, revolving around a young man's efforts to cut himself loose from his family and social obligations.
www.imagi-nation.com /moonstruck/clsc7.htm   (851 words)

  
 European Explorers: Samual de Champlain
Samuel de Champlain (1567?-1635) was a French explorer and navigator who mapped much of northeastern North America and started a settlement in Quebec.
"Samuel Champlain was born at Brouage, a small seaport town in the old province of Saintonge, southeast of Rochefort and opposite the island of Oléron, about the year 1567.
Samuel de Champlain was born in Brouage, France in 1567 and died in 1635.
www.stemnet.nf.ca /CITE/exchamplain.htm   (589 words)

  
 Samuel Beckett Resources and Links
Samuel Beckett is sui generis...He has given a voice to the decrepit and maimed and inarticulate, men and women at the end of their tether, past pose or pretense, past claim of meaningful existence.
Samuel Beckett's (linguistic) exile: continuity through separation by Helen Astbury, Université Paris.
Samuel Beckett raconté par les siens dans n° 372, Janvier 1999.
www.samuel-beckett.net   (8520 words)

  
 Arthur Samuel
Samuel was a modest man, and the importance of his work was widely recognized only after his retirement from IBM in 1966.
Samuel managed to increase the number of bits stored from the customary 512 to 2048 and to raise the mean time to failure to half an hour.
Samuel was a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, the American Physical Society, the Institute of Radio Engineers, the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, and a member of the Association for Computing Machinery and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
infolab.stanford.edu /pub/voy/museum/samuel.html   (1076 words)

  
 Fetal Surgery - Samuel Alexander Armas's Story
Samuel Armas has spina bifida, which left part of his spinal cord exposed after the backbone failed to develop.
Although Samuel is believed to have been the youngest patient for such an operation, it was apparently routine enough for Dr Bruner and paediatric neurosurgeon Noel Tullpant to talk about the weather during the operation.
After viewing an ultrasound of his brain, Samuel's neurosurgeon was very optimistic as he does not have any hydrocephalus and the brain malformation has resolved.
www.members.tripod.com /~joseromia/samuel.html   (1708 words)

  
 Samuel Adams | American Patriot & Politician   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Samuel Adams was born in Boston, Massachusetts on September 27, 1722..
When Samuel was a young man, the royal government ruled the senior Adams' investments illegal, ruining him financially.
Samuel Adams graduated in 1743 from Harvard College with a Master of Arts degree.
www.lucidcafe.com /library/95sep/adams.html   (845 words)

  
 USCCB - NAB - 1 Samuel 3
During the time young Samuel was minister to the LORD under Eli, a revelation of the LORD was uncommon and vision infrequent.
The lamp of God was not yet extinguished, and Samuel was sleeping in the temple of the LORD where the ark of God was.
Samuel grew up, and the LORD was with him, not permitting any word of his to be without effect.
www.nccbuscc.org /nab/bible/1samuel/1samuel3.htm   (553 words)

  
 Samuel French, Inc. The House of Plays & Musical Plays for Over 175 Years
Founded in 1830 Samuel French pioneered the concept of providing published plays and musical plays to theatrical producing groups throughout the world.
Samuel French seeks out the world's best plays and makes them available to the widest range of producing groups.
Sources of Samuel French's plays range from Broadway and England's West End to publication of unsolicited scripts submitted by unpublished authors.
www.samuelfrench.com /store/index.php   (101 words)

  
 Patriots place franchise tag on CB Asante Samuel - USATODAY.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Samuel was due to become a free agent on March 2 if the Patriots had not made him their franchise player.
Staying in New England for the 2007 season would net Samuel the average of the top five highest-paid players at his position next season, which translates to $7.8 million.
Samuel was a fourth-round selection pick by the Patriots in the 2003 NFL Draft.
www.usatoday.com /sports/football/nfl/patriots/2007-02-16-samuel-franchise_x.htm   (442 words)

  
 Herbert Louis, First Viscount Samuel
In 1920, Samuel was appointed the first High Commissioner of Palestine, a position he held until 1925.
Samuel returned to politics in England and in 1928 reentered the House of Commons.
Samuel had been knighted in 1920 and in 1937 was made a Viscount.
www.jafi.org.il /education/100/people/BIOS/samuel.html   (314 words)

  
 Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Samuel Johnson, one of the most famous figures of the 18th century, was born in the city on the 18th September 1709.
By arrangement with the Royal Mint, the Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum has obtained a limited stock of the Johnson 50p coin and these will be available to the public from 12.30pm on Saturday 24th September, the annual Johnson Birthday celebrations.
The Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum is open daily from 10.30 to 4.30pm till the end of September and 12noon-4pm from 1st October.
www.lichfield.gov.uk /sjmuseum   (1076 words)

  
 Samuel articles on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Samuel SAMUEL [Samuel] two books of the Bible, originally a single work, called First and Second Samuel in modern Bibles, and First and Second Kingdoms in the Septuagint.
Samuel, Herbert Louis Samuel, 1st Viscount SAMUEL, HERBERT LOUIS SAMUEL, 1ST VISCOUNT [Samuel, Herbert Louis Samuel, 1st Viscount] 1870-1963, British statesman.
Adams, Samuel ADAMS, SAMUEL [Adams, Samuel] 1722-1803, political leader in the American Revolution, signer of the Declaration of Independence, b.
www.encyclopedia.com /articles/11403.html   (435 words)

  
 Sermons from Seattle - Sermons - Easter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The birth of Samuel, also, is one of the miracle stories in the Bible that announce the birth of a towering religious personality, a great leader, a miracle man who is bigger than life.
Samuel was the first in a long line of prophets, followed quickly by Elijah and Elisha, by Isaiah and Jeremiah, by Hosea and Amos, by Daniel and Ezekiel, all of whom had the courage to speak honestly and forthrightly to everybody, including their kings over them.
Samuel was a young boy of about eleven or twelve years old and Eli was the old man, this old priest, in the temple.
www.sermonsfromseattle.com /old_test_series_samuel.htm   (3954 words)

  
 Samuel Alito - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alito was born in Trenton, New Jersey to Italian American parents: Samuel A. Alito, Sr., and his wife, the former Rose Fradusco.
Alito attended Steinert High School in Hamilton Township, New Jersey and graduated from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs with a Bachelor of Arts in 1972 before attending Yale Law School, where he served as editor on the Yale Law Journal and earned a Juris Doctor in 1975.
U.S. Supreme Court Nominee Samuel A. Alito, Jr.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Samuel_A._Alito,_Jr.   (2313 words)

  
 Samuel Mabeus - Trisomy 13 Photos
Samuel is now in physical therapy 2 times a week, and through a wonderful organization that works with blind babies, he gets a visual teacher in our home 1 hour each week.
Samuel is our little miracle and I know he is a message of hope for all those out there who have received an adverse prenatal diagnosis.
Please know that Samuel may have more medical or health issues than the average child and we will not know the affects of the trisomy that was once in his body for quite some time or if it is still hiding in there somewhere.
www.livingwithtrisomy13.org /album58.htm   (2105 words)

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